We're looking for employers who go the extra mile for their employees serving as caregivers for an aging or disabled loved one throughout New York State. We know that there are businesses and organizations accross the country that offer support, benefits and other programs to help caregivers continue to work and care for their loved one at home. We want to hear about and recognize one or more of these employers.
Nominations are now open for the 2014 Hero Award. Do you know of a deserving employer located in New York State? Click the link below and take a moment to tell us about them:
Further details will be added in the coming weeks as they become finalized. The cost of this year's conference is $20.00.
The Working Caregiver
The theme for the 2014 NYSCRC conference is "The Working Caregiver". The decision to focus this year's conference on the working caregiver comes at a time when the issues surrounding those with dual responsibilities as employees at work and informal caregivers at home are receiving more and more attention. A report released in 2012, Best Practices in Workplace Eldercare, highlighted the ways employers can better support their employees with access to support services and gives specific examples of employee benefits that businesses have offered to make balancing work and caregiving easier for employees.
Support services and resources for caregivers are available across New York State. Click here for a county by county listing.
When you click "Donate" you will be redirected to Lifespan of Greater Rochester. Please indicate that your donation is for NYSCRC and it will be properly credited. Thank you.
Supporting You: New York State Caregiving and Respite Coalition (NYSCRC), supports all people engaged in caregiving,
and is dedicated to quality and accessible respite for all ages, conditions and disabilities.
New York State Caregiving & Respite Coalition c/o Lifespan 1900 S. Clinton Avenue Rochester, NY 14618 585-244-8400E-mail NYSCRC